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Kroenke's Task: Sell Fisher on Rams

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When I first saw the video of Jeff Fisher walking across the Miami Dolphins practice field and hopping into owner Stephen Ross' fancy private helicopter on Tuesday, I have to admit a rather unusual thought crossed my mind:

"I wonder if Stan Kroenke has a magic carpet?"

Or maybe a unicorn.

In other words, whatever over-the-top display of wretched excess is needed to trump the flashy sales pitch that went on in Florida as the Dolphins began the pursuit of the NFL's newest "it" head coaching candidate, let's hope Rams owner Kroenke has already signed off on it.

It's fairly obvious that Fisher, the former Tennessee Titans coach, is at the top of everyone's list. The deep-pockets Miami owner clearly wants him. Rumors in Indianapolis say Colts owner Jim Irsay may...

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